Dec 1, 2013 10:00pm EST
-new 2014 cla250 starting at just $29,900. gerri: is the tea s.a. becoming the new nsa? according to the "new york times" to speed up securityyo checkpoints the gsa coming on dash is coming through private database before you even get to the airport joining me now the ceo of fare compare.com but the government denies this but les talk about "the new york times". >> basically most people are familiar with the no-fly less. if you book a ticket you give your name, a gender gender, and your date of birth. they check the no-fly of this but now are they checking something besidesde that?s there are obligations of dmv records, criminal records, as part of standard ticket purchasing probably bought but now there is thee new pre-check program that could do a deeper dive because when i signed up byur gave my fingerprints that is another data point. gerri: i had to tell them who iated in high school. [laughter] but what about the regular person? what are they said to beey looking at? >> they could look ator criminalds history, basicallyt s as you drive to the airport we talk about between 1.
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towels to block the pieces. gerri: good minister. we will talk with the nsa command we're going to talk about all sorts of secret things happening in places like st. louis where they are stealing meals from homeless people. gerri: you going to have to watch that. a pleasure to talk to you. and be sure to tune in to the fox business network tonight for the premiere of the independents at 9:00 p.m. eastern time. me at 6:00, 9:00 p.m. for kennedy. you get is? the new year is bringing all the estimates, once again the national association for business economics is predicting accelerating growth in the next year. should we take this prediction with a grain of salt? with more on this to my fox business peter barnes. >> reporter: may be updating its survey on its numbers for the 2014 economy, and they see gdp growing about 3% next year from about 2% this year. the unemployment rate averaging about 7% for the full year. that is where it is now. they foresee if non-farm payrolls rising at a bit faster pace to 200,000 jobs per month. they also see the s&p 500 next december 301st at the end of 201